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November 08, 2008

Robert Adams exhibits at Architectural Biennial Beijing

Robert Adams, Assistant Professor of Architecture and CCS faculty associate, is exhibiting his recent research focused on architecture and material culture in contemporary China at the 3rd Architectural Biennial Beijing (ABB). The exhibit has been on display from mid-October until November 12. ABB is located at Beijing Design Park.751, a former factory in the Dashanzi 798 complex that is a thriving arts/design district in the city. The work includes Adams' research on architecture and urbanization in China with an emphasis on new media, construction culture, and infrastructure. He also presented a lecture at the ABB. The theme for the ABB is "Ecological City/Building."

Posted by zzhu at November 8, 2008 07:28 PM